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Tracking #: _2010-02                                                                         Form 1, Page 2

                                    CURRICULUM ACTION INFORMATION

1. Curriculum action(s) proposed: Check all items below that apply to this proposal.
       PART A                                         PART B
        _X_ *New Program                              College Credit
                                                      ___ Bachelor of Applied Science
        ___ Program Modification                      ___ Associate in Science
                                                      ___ Associate in Applied Science
        ___ Program Inactivation                      ___ Associate in Science Transfer Option
             End term program: __________             ___ Associate in Arts
                                                      __ Technical Certificate
        ___ Program Reactivation                      ___ Advanced Technical Certificate (ATC)
                                                      ___ College Preparatory
        _X_ New Course(s)

       ___ Course Modification(s)                     Non-College Credit

       ___ Course Inactivation(s)                     _X_ Workforce Certificate
            End term course: _________                ___ High School Credit

       ___ Course Reactivation(s)                     ___ Other (Specify: ________________)

       ___ Internal Articulation Agreement            College Credit or Non-College Credit

       ___ General Education Requirement            ___ Applied Technology Diploma (ATD)
       (the following information must be                 College __     Non-College __
       completed)
       General Education Requirement -- Prerequisite to upper division program, ____ ____
                                                                                      YES      NO
                                                          ______________________________
                                                                      Institution Name
2. Identify the effective semester for implementation: Summer Term, 2010. This term should be a future
   term that would not affect current students negatively. All actions in this package will be effective during the
   term indicated, unless otherwise reflected. Example: Fall Term, 2007.

3. Proposal Actions.

Program Information, if applicable program layout must include information about “Record of Conviction of a
Crime”, drug screen, background check, immunizations and any other information required for licensing or
certifying agents. New programs and significant program modifications must submit a program assessment
plan, fiscal projections worksheet, capitalization plan and minutes of Advisory Committee meeting detailing
employer support for the new program or changes.

Dean/IPMs - If a program is no longer active or students will not be able to complete the program
as originally registered, program POS change has been completed for each student __ (mark
signifying you will be responsible to assure this has been completed).


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3. Proposal Actions: (continued)

   a. Program Information (Program layout for college catalog must be included-see most recent catalog for
      format and inclusion, you may request from Curriculum office) OCP and workforce credit information must
      be included for all PSAV programs.

Program Title: Certified Residential Appraiser
Program Code: 5150      State Program Code: M200200
Degree Type: _
New or modified program name: Certified Residential Appraiser
State CIP number: 0252150102
SOC NAV# (if appropriate, assigned by MEI): 132021
OCP: OCP A at completion of course

   b. Course Information (if applicable) (list prefix, number and title, credit hours and contact hours. Course
   Outlines must be included for all new and modified courses.

   *New Courses:
      COURSE PREFIX                                                                 CREDIT          CONTACT
      AND NUMBER             COURSE TITLE                                           HOURS           HOURS
      ===============        =======================================                =======         =======
      REE 0185                Certified Residential Appraiser                                       110



  Course Modifications: (course outlines are located at: http://www1.fccj.org/curriculum/ and may be used
 to insert in package so modifications can be applied. Please make sure all changes are shown on outlines.




  Course Inactivations:       Not applicable




4. Please describe how current and past students are affected by this change indicating how you plan to identify
   and resolve individual issues and how you plan to communicate these changes to affected students. N/A




5. Should this course be offered in distance learning or other unique instructional format (please specify which
   format)? Why or why not? For assistance, see website:        Not allowed per state statute.
   http://www.distancelearning.org/Faculty/facresource.html




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6. Include appropriate background information.
The purpose of this program is to offer licensed real estate appraiser trainees the required pre-licensing
education for the certified residential appraiser license. Florida State College at Jacksonville has recently
submitted and had this course approved by the Florida Department of Education Workforce Division as a
PSAV program.




7. Write a rationale/need for the above action(s).
There are approximately 400 Residential Appraisers in Region 8. Assuming a 6% replacement rate and a
1.5% annual increase, there’s a need for 30 new residential appraisers annually.




8. Programs, articulated agreements, or courses affected by this proposal: None




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9. Fiscal Notes:
   Normal PSAV offering taught by adjunct faculty being paid PSAV rate. No additional costs.


10. Financial Information:
     No special Fees.

    Budget number: 112221                                Department:              _Institute for Financial Studies_

11. If you selected this course as a General Education Requirement, you must identify which category below.
    The course outline, next to course topic must identify the goal number the course topic addresses (a
     package with the selection criteria will be provided by Curriculum Services). N/A
    (Place an "X" next to category).
    COURSE AREA                       CATEGORY
    Category I. --                    Communications                  A __ B __ C __
    Category II. --                   Humanities                      A __ B __
    Category III. --                  Mathematics                       __
    Category IV. --                   Natural Sciences                A __ B __
    Category V. --                    Social Environment              A __ B __ C __

12. Evaluation: This response requests specific information on how you will assess the effectiveness of the
    course/program as it benefits students and the college. This section is also concise but should address the
    following: credit transfer course: review of student enrollment, completion and grades, as well as students
    ability to move to higher level courses if applicable; credit or non-credit workforce: review of student
    enrollment, completion, job placement, as well as business involvement in development, revision and evaluation
    of the course/program and student success; and, adult education courses should include the same information
    as credit transfer courses but should also include job placement analysis.

Assessment is an ongoing process. Students are given an end of course exam and must achieve 70% or
higher to successfully complete each course. The instructor administers the end of course exam and submits
the information to the Program Manager. The data will be compiled each term and entered into a
spreadsheet by class for analysis. The Assessment Plan, its effectiveness and outcomes will be discussed
with representative faculty and staff during scheduled meetings as well as shared with and reviewed by
Advisory Committee at each meeting.

13. Do you feel that this proposal will have any special impact on the recruitment and retention of disadvantaged
    students? If so, please explain. Target 5% of the disadvantaged students and contact WorkSource for
 referrals.

14. Answer the following (if appropriate). Earn credit how many times: _    Gordon Rule course: _ yes _ no
    Grading Method or any special instructions (if other than standard): __ N/A

E-mail package to KPOPE@FSCJ.EDU. If you have any questions, please call 632-3292. The curriculum services office is located at
MCCS/367. Our fax number is 633-8280.




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Florida Coast Career Tech Catalog

Certified Residential Appraiser (5150)

Workforce Certificate
This program provides licensed real estate appraiser trainees the required pre-licensing education for the
certified residential appraiser license.


Certification and Licensing
The student will earn a workforce certificate upon successful completion of this program.

Need More Information? Contact:
Institute for Financial Studies, Kent Campus D255, (904) 381-3555

Curriculum
Total Contact Hours: _110___
Total Workforce Credits: _3.5__




Professional Courses
      REE0185                Certified Residential Appraiser                                       110 hours




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                                                                                 Form 2B, Page 1

                                FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE AT JACKSONVILLE

                                 NON-COLLEGE CREDIT COURSE OUTLINE



COURSE NUMBER:                                REE 0185

COURSE TITLE:                                 Certified Residential Appraiser

PREREQUISITE(S):                              None

COREQUISITE(S):                               None

TOTAL CONTACT HOURS:                          110
   (For Office Use Only:
   Vocational Credits __3.5_)

FACULTY WORKLOAD POINTS:                      3.66

STANDARDIZED CLASS SIZE                       35
ALLOCATION:

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course is designed to offer required licensed real estate appraiser trainees the required pre-licensing
education for the certified residential appraiser license.

SUGGESTED TEXT(S):                            Market Analysis and Highest & Best Use; Latest Edition

                                              Residential Site Valuation & Cost Approach; Latest Edition

                                              Residential Sales Comparison & Income Approach; Latest Edition

                                              Statistics Modeling & Finance; Latest Edition

                                              Advanced Residential Applications & Case Studies; Latest Edition

                                              Mastering Unique & Complex Property Appraisal; Latest Edition
                                              Hondros Learning

IMPLEMENTATION DATE:                          Summer Term, 2010 (20103)

REVIEW OR MODIFICATION DATE:




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                                                                                          Form 2B, Page 2



                                                                          CONTACT HOURS
COURSE TOPICS                                                               PER TOPIC



I.     Market Analysis                                                         7.5
       A. Residential Markets and Analysis
       B. Market Fundamentals
       C. Supply Analysis
       D. Demand Analysis
       E. Use of Market Analysis

II.    Highest and Best Use                                                    7.5
       A. Test Constraints
       B. Application
       C. Special Considerations
       D. Market Analysis Case Studies

III.   Residential Site Valuation & Cost Approach                              15
       A. Site Valuation Methods Case Studies
       B. Cost Approach Concepts and Definitions
       C. Replacement/Reproduction Cost New
       D. Accrued Depreciation Methods of Estimating
       E. Accrued Depreciation Case Studies

IV.    Residential Sales Comparison & Income Approach                          30
       A. Valuation Principles & Procedures – Sales Comparison Approach
       B. Valuation Principles & Procedures – Income Approach
       C. Finance and Cash Equivalency
       D. Financial Calculator Introduction
       E. Identification, Derivation and Measurement of Adjustments
       F. Gross Rent Multipliers
       G. Partial Interests
       H. Reconciliation
       I. Case Studies and Applications

V.     Statistics, Modeling & Finance                                          15
       A. Statistics
       B. Valuation Models (AVMs and Mass Appraisal)
       C. Real Estate Finance

VI.    Advanced Residential Applications and Case Studies                      15
       A. Complex Property, Ownership and Market Conditions
       B. Deriving and Supporting Adjustments
       C. Residential Market Analysis
       D. Advanced Case Studies



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                                                                               Form 2B, Page 3



                                                               CONTACT HOURS
COURSE TOPICS (Continued)                                         PER TOPIC



VII.   Mastering Unique & Complex Property Appraisal                20
       A. Complex Symptoms
       B. Appraising Complex Sites
       C. Unique and Complex Residential Properties
       D. Appraising Historic Residences
       E. Appraising Mixed Use & Small Commercial Properties




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                                                                                           Form 2B, Page 4

PROGRAM TITLE:                     CERTIFIED RESIDENTIAL APPRAISER

COURSE TITLE:                      Certified Residential Appraiser

CIP NUMBER:                        0252150102

LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED:
        NUMBER(S):              TITLE(S)

01.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF MARKET ANALYSIS – The Student will be able to:
       01.1 Describe the Different Types of Value;
       01.2 Explain Value Principles;
       01.3 Determine Market Value;
       01.4 Explain other Value Considerations;
       01.5 Discuss the Uses of Market Analysis.
02.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF DEFINING THE MARKET – The Student will be able to:
       02.1 Explain How Real Estate Markets are Defined;
       02.2 Identify Specific Markets and Sub-markets;
       02.3 Give Examples of Market Segmentation and Market Disaggregation;
       02.4 Explain the Value Forces that Drive the Real Estate Market.
03.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF ANALYZING THE MARKET – The Student will be able to:
       03.1 Explain the Four Broad Forces that Affect Value;
       03.2 Describe the Different Types of Productivity Analysis of Property;
       03.3 Explain the Purpose of the Productivity Analysis of Property.
04.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF DRAWING CONCLUSIONS FROM THE MARKET – The Student will be
       able to:
       04.1 Discuss Different Ways to Analyze Demand and Supply;
       04.2 Explain Market Studies and Marketability Studies;
       04.3 Define a Feasibility Study.
05.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF HIGHEST AND BEST USE ANALYSIS – The Student will be able to:
       05.1 Detail the Four Tests for Highest and Best Use;
       05.2 Explain the Theory of Site Valuation;
       05.3 Give the Different Reasons for Performing a Separate Site Valuation.
06.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF LAND USE RESTRICTIONS – The Student will be able to:
       06.1 Determine the Legally Permitted Uses of a Property;
       06.2 Determine the Physical Possibilities of a Property.
07.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS – The Student will be able to:
       07.1 Explain How to Determine the Economic Feasibility;
       07.2 Determine the Most Profitable Use of a Property;
       07.3 Explain Financial Considerations when Determining Profitable Use of a Property.
08.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF FINAL HIGHEST AND BEST USE ANALYSIS – The Student will be able to:
       08.1 Explain the Process for Determining Highest and Best Use;
       08.2 Discuss Competitive Uses versus Complimentary Use;
       08.3 Explain Possible Recommendations for Highest and Best Use.

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LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED: (Continued)

       NUMBER(S):                 TITLE(S)

09.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF BASIC CONCEPTS OF LAND AND VALUE – The Student will be able to:
       09.1 Identify the Seven Characteristics of Real Estate;
       09.2 Explain the Difference between Value, Price and Cost.
10.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF DATA COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS– The Student will be able to:
       10.1 Identify the General Data and Specific Data Resources;
       10.2 Define a Neighborhood;
       10.3 Explain How to Identify a Site and the Property Specific Factors that Affect that Site.
11.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF SITE VALUATION – The Student will be able to:
       11.1 Identify the Basic Methods to Perform a Site Valuation;
       11.2 Explain the Sales Comparison Method ;
       11.3 Discuss What Might Cause an Allocation Ratio to Change.
12.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF REASONS FOR SEPARATE SITE VALUATION – The Student will be able
       to:
       12.1 Identify Reasons for Separate Site Valuation;
       12.2 Define the Role of the Appraiser in Site Valuation;
       12.3 Discuss Making Land More Valuable.
13.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE COST APPROACH TO APPRAISAL – The Student will be able to:
       13.1 Define the Cost Approach;
       13.2 Discuss When and Why to Use the Cost Approach;
       13.3 Explain the Differences between Replacement and Reproduction;
       13.4 Discuss the Theory of Substitution and the Theory of Contribution.
14.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF CALCULATION COSTS – The Student will be able to:
       14.1 Explain Hard Costs, Soft Costs and Profit Considerations for a Structure;
       14.2 Calculate Costs Using the Square Foot Method.
       14.3 Discuss other Cost Methods Used in Different Situations.
15.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF FIGURING DEPRECIATION – The Student will be able to:
       15.1 Explain Economic Life versus Useful Life;
       15.2 Identify the Formula used to Calculate Effective Age-Life Depreciation;
       15.3 Explain Market Extraction Depreciation;
       15.4 Discuss Methods of Estimating Accrued Depreciation;
       15.5 Discuss the Impact of Depreciation on Value.
16.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF FINAL COST APPROACH ANALYSIS – The Student will be able to:
       16.1 Perform a Cost Approach Analysis;
       16.2 Explain the Cost Approach Section of the URAR Appraisal Form;
       16.3 Discuss Advantages and Disadvantages of the Cost Approach.
17.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF VALUATION AND SALES COMPARISON – The Student will be able to:
       17.1 Define the Sales Comparison Approach to Value;
       17.2 Explain the Different Types of Value, Value Characteristics and Value Principles;
       17.3 Explain P-E-G-S.

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LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED: (Continued)

       NUMBER(S):                    TITLE(S)

18.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF ASSEMBLING AND VERIFYING THE DATA – The Student will be able to:
       18.1 Define General Data versus Specific Data;
       18.2 Explain the Importance of Verifying the Data;
       18.3 Perform a Site Analysis and an Improvement Analysis.
19.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE INCOME APPROACH TO APPRAISAL – The Student will be able to:
       19.1 Define the Income Approach and Explain When and Why it is Used;
       19.2 Discuss the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) Requirements;
       19.3 Explain Specific Types of Leases and their Terms.
20.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF INVESTOR CONSIDERATIONS – The Student will be able to:
       20.1 Define the Risks Inherent in Real Estate Investments;
       20.2 Explain the Time Value of Money, Compound Interest, and the Six Functions of $1;
       20.3 Use a Financial Calculator.
21.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF INCOME CAPITALIZATION – The Student will be able to:
       21.1 Define Capitalization Rate and Different Rates of Return;
       21.2 Define Income;
       21.3 Discuss the Advantages and Disadvantages of Using This Method.
22.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF SELECTING COMPARABLE SALES – The Student will be able to:
       22.1 Discuss Selecting the Comparable Sales;
       22.2 Explain the Different Types of Co-ownership;
       22.3 Explain What Constitutes a Typical Arm’s Length Transaction and the Appraiser’s Role in Verification;
23.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF ADJUSTING COMPARABLE SALES – The Student will be able to:
       23.1 Analyze Comparable Sales;
       23.2 Explain Quantitative Analysis Versus Qualitative Analysis;
       23.3 Explain the Process of Adjusting Properties;
       23.4 Determine the Value of Adjustments;
       23.5 Discuss Percentage Adjustments Used for Financing Concessions;
       23.6 Give the Sequence of Adjustments in Order of Priority;
       23.7 Perform Cash Equivalency Calculations.
24.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF ADDITIONAL INCOME APPROACHES – The Student will be able to:
       24.1 Determine Value with Gross Monthly Rent Multiplier (GMRM);
       24.2 Define Gross Income Multiplier (GIM);
       24.3 Explain the Ground Rent Capitalization Method;
       24.4 Describe How Discounted Cash Flow Differs from Capitalization.
25.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF STATISTICS – The Student will be able to:
       25.1 Explain What is Statistical Analysis;
       25.2 Explain Why Statistics are Important to the Appraiser;
       25.3 Determine When it is Appropriate in the Appraisal Process.




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LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED: (Continued)

       NUMBER(S):                     TITLE(S)

26.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE MEASUREMENT OF CENTRAL TENDENCY – The Student will be able
       to:
       26.1 Explain the Differences between Mean, Median and Mode;
       26.2 Apply the Mean, Median, and Mode When Needed in Everyday Appraisal Assignments.
27.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF GATHERING DATA AND CHECKING DISPERSION – The Student will be
       able to:
       27.1 Discuss the Types of Data Required for Performing Statistical Analysis in the Three Approaches to Value;
       27.2 Explain How Data is Collected and the First Steps in Verifying its Validity.
28.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF USING DATA TO DRAW CONCLUSIONS – The Student will be able to:
       28.1 Apply Statistical Techniques;
       28.2 Determine Whether the Statistical Calculations are Representative of the Population of Data being
                Studied;
       28.3 Draw Conclusion Based on their Calculations.
29.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF VALUATION MODELS – The Student will be able to:
       29.1 Explain the Basic Concepts of Regression Analysis;
       29.2 Discuss the Difference between Several Types of Regression Models, and their Application in the
                Appraisal Process;
       29.3 Discuss the Purpose and Use of Automated Valuation Models (AVMs), Including How and When they
                Should Be Used.
30.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF REAL ESTATE FINANCE – The Student will be able to:
       30.1 Explain the Interrelationship between Real Estate Values and Real Estate Finance;
       30.2 Identify the Three Macroeconomic Indicators that are Critical for the Appraiser to Understand.
       30.3 Identify the Three Fundamental Components to the Microeconomic Conditions that Must be
                Considered;
       30.4 Discuss the Government’s Participation and its Influences on Real Estate Financing;
       30.5 Identify the Different Types of Loans and Loan Terms Available to Consumers;
       30.6 Explain How the Type of Loan Used to Purchase Property may Influence the Final Transaction;
       30.7 Solve Problems Using both Financial Tables and Financial Calculators;
       30.8 Apply the Six Basic Formulas of Compound Interest;
       30.9 Calculate the Balance of a Loan at any Point During the Loan Term;
       30.10 Adjust a Property’s Sale Price Affected by Special or Creative Financing.
31.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE CHALLENGING APPRAISAL ASSIGNMENT – The Student will be able
       to:
       31.1 Determine the Types of Properties or Conditions that Define a Challenging Assignment in a Particular
                Market;
       31.2 Discuss the Issue of Competency on Assignment Acceptance;
       31.3 Identify the Key Concepts of the Challenging Appraisal Assignment;
       31.4 Discuss Deriving and Supporting Adjustments;
       31.5 Discuss Value Conclusions, Reconciliation and Reporting Options for the Challenging Assignment.

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LIST PERFORMANCE STANDARD ADDRESSED: (Continued)

       NUMBER(S):                      TITLE(S)

32.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF COMPLEX SYMPTOMS – The Student will be able to:
       32.1 Identify the Client and Other Intended Users;
       32.2 Determine the Intended Use;
       32.3 Identify the Type and Definition of Value;
       32.4 Determine the Effective Date of the Value Estimate;
       32.5 Identify the Relevant Characteristics of the Property.
       32.6 Discuss Issues that Lead to a Unique or Complex Scope of Work.
33.0   DEMONSTRATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF APPRAISING COMPLEX SITES – The Student will be able to:
       33.1 Discuss Sites with Unusual Characteristics, including Public Limitations, Physical Characteristics and Uses
            and Users;
       33.2 Explain the Appropriate Approaches to Value to use for Complex Sites;
       33.3 Discuss Appraising Physical Segments of a Larger Parcel;
       33.4 Discuss Properties having Excess Site with Sell-Off Potential;
       33.5 Discuss Appraising Sites with Non-structural or Specialty Features.




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                         Florida State College                  Course Learning Outcomes & Assessment
                            At Jacksonville

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Section 1
                                                                         SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS (CC):
COURSE PREFIX AND NUMBER: REE0185
                                                                         CONTACT HOURS (NCC): 110
COURSE TITLE: Certified Residential Appraiser

Section 2
TYPE OF COURSE: (Click on the box to check all that apply)
         AA Elective                      AS Required Professional Course                       College Prep
         AS Professional Elective         AAS Required Professional Course                      Technical Certificate

         Other                                       PSAV
                                                                Apprenticeship
         General Education: (For General Education courses, you must also complete Section 3 and Section 7)

Section 3 (If applicable)
INDICATE BELOW THE DISCIPLINE AREA FOR GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:
      Communications          Social & Behavioral Sciences        Mathematics
      Natural Sciences        Humanities

Section 4
INTELLECTUAL COMPETENCIES:
                                                                    Quantitative            Scientific Method of
X    Reading           Speaking    X   Critical Analysis        X
                                                                    Skills                  Inquiry
                                       Information                  Ethical
     Writing     X     Listening                                X                           Working Collaboratively
                                       Literacy                     Judgment
Section 5
                           LEARNING OUTCOMES                                            METHOD OF ASSESSMENT
        Demonstrate an understanding of market analysis.
          1                                                                        State approved end of course exam
        Demonstrate an understanding of the highest and best use analysis.        State approved end of course exam
        Demonstrate an understanding of basic concepts of land and value.
          3                                                                        State approved end of course exam
        Demonstrate an understanding of site valuation.
          4                                                                        State approved end of course exam
        Demonstrate an understanding of the cost approach to appraisal.
          5                                                                        State approved end of course exam
        Demonstrate an understanding of the income approach to appraisal.
          6                                                                        State approved end of course exam
        Demonstrate an understanding of statistics.
          7                                                                        State approved end of course exam
        Demonstrate an understanding of real estate finance.                      State approved end of course exam
        Demonstrate an understanding of the appraising complex sites.             State approved end of course exam

Section 6
Name of Person Completing This Form:           Bill Barfield              Date:           12/18/09




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